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From: (Vivian Kessler)
Subject: Re: RE: [Bklyn] Calvary Cemetery fees- govt documents
Date: Sat, 06 Aug 2005 20:00:01 +0000


A quick answer to your question is that I think there are several, but don't quote me! Here is one at Ancestry.com:
World II and Korean Conflict Veterans Interred Overseas.

Using Google, I came across this one for Online World War II Indexes and Records at:


Maybe other people on the Brooklyn list know of others?

Vivian in South Carolina
That's wonderful. Is there an online site for ww11 records?

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==> From: (Vivian Kessler)
==> Date: Sat, 06 Aug 2005 16:36:39 0000


I had the same frustration as you, when I applied online to NARA
for pension records for a great-great-grandfather. The researcher e-
mailed that nothing was found. Luckily, I had also submitted a
request for his 5th, surviving wife's application for pension
because of his Civil War service. When that one-inch stack of papers
came in last Monday's mail, I was so happy, because it included all
my gg-grandfather's pension documents. There was a certified copy of
their marriage document and many other goodies. There was even a
hand-written, signed statement by him when he applied for the
pension the first time. Also his death certificate, and I could go
on and on.

Originally I found the reference to the government pension in the
Civil War data bases in Ancestry.com, but the photo image of the
pension card was dark and hard to read. Is that how you found the
pension record for your relative? Is it possible another person's
name shows on the pension card? Maybe a dependent of the Civil War

Vivian in South Carolina --------------------------------------------

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